Anthony A. Duplanty, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

School of Health Promotion and Kinesiology

Anthony A. Duplanty, Ph.D.

Contact

aduplanty@twu.edu
940-898-2591
PH 211

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Education

Ph.D., Biology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
M.S., Kinesiology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
B.S., Kinesiology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX

Research Interests

Biology; Strength and Conditioning Research; Post Resistance Exercise; Muscular Performance Recovery

Latest Articles

Survey analysis of exercise participation and skeletal muscle symptoms in women with hypothyroidism.
Women & Health (2021)
Gena Guerin, Ryan Gordon, Emily L Zumbro, Ann Amuta, Anthony A. Duplanty

Changes in health and physical fitness parameters after six months of group exercise training in firefighters
Sports (2020)
Matthew L Sokoloski, Brandon R Rigby, C Ryan Bachik, Ryan A Gordon, Isaac F Rowland

Alcohol after resistance exercise does not affect muscle power recovery
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2020)
D E Levitt, N O Idemudia, C M Cregar, Anthony A Duplanty, D W Hill

Consecutive days of exercise decrease insulin response more than a single exercise session in healthy, inactive men.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2019)
Todd Castleberry, Chris Irvine, Sarah Deemer, Matthew Brisebois, Ryan Gordon

Adding resistance training to the standard of care for inpatient substance abuse treatment in men with HIV improves skeletal muscle health without altering cytokine concentrations.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2018)
J L Vingren, J H Curtis, E C Lee, Anthony A. Duplanty, D A Levitt

Resistance training is associated with higher bone mineral density among young adult male distance runners independent of physiological factors.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2018)
Anthony A Duplanty, D E Levitt, D W Hill, B K McFarlin, N M DiMarco

Myoblast mitochondrial respiration is decreased in chronic binge alcohol administered simian immunodeficiency virus-infected antiretroviral-treated rhesus macaques.
Physiological Reports (2018)
Anthony A Duplanty, R W Siggins, T Allerton, L Simon, P E Molina

Effect of alcohol after muscle damaging resistance exercise on muscular performance recovery and inflammatory capacity in women.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2017)
D E Levitt, H Y Luk, Anthony A. Duplanty, D W Hill, B K McFarlin

Effect of Acute Alcohol Ingestion on Resistance Exercise Induced mTORC1 Signaling in Human Muscle
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2017)
Anthony A Duplanty, D W Hill, B K McFarlin, H Y Luk, R G Budnar

Chronic Binge Alcohol-Induced Dysregulation of Mitochondrial-Related Genes in Skeletal Muscle of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Rhesus Macaques at End-Stage Disease
Alcohol and Alcoholism (2017)
Anthony A Duplanty, L Simon, P E Molina

The acute testosterone, growth hormone, cortisol, and interleukin-6 response to 164-km road cycling in a hot environment.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2016)
J L Vingren, R G Budnar, A L McKenzie, Anthony A. Duplanty, H Y Luk

Leukocyte subset changes in response to a 164-km road cycle ride in a hot environment.
International Journal of Exercise Science (Online) (2016)
H Y Luk, J L Vingren, A L McKenzie, Anthony A. Duplanty, T Layman

The effect of post-resistance exercise alcohol ingestion on lipopolysaccharide-stimulated cytokines.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2016)
D E Levitt, Anthony A. Duplanty, R G Budnar, H Y Luk, A Fernandez

Acute Effect of Whole-Body Vibration Warm-up on Footspeed Quickness.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2016)
R B Donahue, J L Vingren, Anthony A. Duplanty, D E Levitt, H Y Luk

Current Projects

My research focuses on investigating the physiological mechanisms that affect skeletal muscle growth and atrophy in the context of exercise, alcohol consumption, and pathologies. My previous research has examined exercise-induced effects on endocrine function and muscle growth pathways as well as how exercise might be used as a countermeasure in pathologies that induce muscle atrophy or weakness, such as alcohol use disorders and HIV-infection.

Internally Funded Projects

An in-vitro cell culture model of dysregulated skeletal muscle physiology; investigations of potential exercise mimetic treatment.
Institute for Women's Health, Texas Woman's University | $5,000.00 | 2019
Research Grant

An In Vitro Study of the Effects of Alcohol on Human Skeletal Muscle Cells; Factors That Influence Myogenesis.
Texas Woman's University - Research Enhancement Program, New Investigator Spring Competition | $10,000.00 | 2018
Research Grant